Join Us for the First In-Person Conference of 2021!

We can’t wait to see you in Austin, Texas, September 13 – 16, 2021 for SGA’s first in-person conference of the year!

Technical Conference on Environmental Permitting & Construction: Where industry experts and leaders debate and discuss the issues and challenges facing the natural gas community in 2021 and beyond.


Getting There

Hyatt Regency Austin
208 Barton Spring Road
Austin, TX 78704

At the Hyatt Regency Austin, you’ll be centrally located in Austin, within a 10-minute walk of Long Center for the Performing Arts and Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge. This conveniently-located 4-star hotel features the Southwest Bistro restaurant and bar/lounge and is convenient to the Texas State Capitol and Austin’s Congress and Sixth Street entertainment areas.

Directions from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport:
By Car
By Transit

Note: Due to COVID-19, masks are required on all Austin public transportation.


The Fun Stuff

Be sure to join us on Monday, September 13th for a day full of fun activities offering a chance to connect with industry peers in a relaxed setting. After your choice of a scramble-style golf tournament open to beginners and seasoned pros alike at the Falcon Head Golf Club, or a Lone Star Riverboat cruise on Austin’s Colorado River, new attendees are encouraged to visit the Newbie Reception. Finish off the evening with Bat-ter Up, SGA! as we take advantage of one of Austin’s most exciting natural phenomena and venture out on a walking tour to watch Austin’s native bats take a sunset flight from the nearby Congress Avenue Bridge.


The Content

Keynote speaker Angela John, Williams Companies’ Director of Business Development, will kick off a packed two days of learning with An Industry in Transition on Tuesday, September 14th. This opening seminar will explore the innovative, out-of-the-box thinking that has driven Williams to integrate renewable energy sources into conventional natural gas transportation and processing operations in pursuit of net zero by the year 2050.

Themes of sustainability and innovation are the common threads through the conference’s 18 additional learning sessions, including industry-forefront topics ranging from ESG to Drone Technology, from NEPA to Stakeholder Engagement, and from Methane Compliance to Historic Landscapes. Featuring Environmental Permitting and Construction breakout tracks, TCEPC will provide a 360-degree view on environmental challenges and opportunities in the industry.

Register now to save your seat; we can’t wait to see you in Austin!